Mandala (a circle in Sanskrit) is a symbolic diagram used as a tool for meditation. It is a reflection of the universe, a sanctified space focusing its strength in itself. A human being through observing and focusing on mandala, heads towards its centre. Going through a symbolically expressed process of creating and dying (??), people achieve the state of concentration and medication.
A series of graphics in etching technique has been created by Agnieszka and Krzysztof Deker, Pracownia Plastyczna “Goya”
YOGI TEA® Has its roots in Ayurveda, an ancient 3000-year-old Indian teaching about the balance between body, mind and soul. The rest of the world first learnt about the Indian yoga and the Ayurveda tradition in the 1960s. Yogi Bhajan, a master of Kundalini Yoga, was one of the pioneers of this holistic yogic lifestyle, which encouraged people to live a happy, healthy and conscious lifestyle.
In 1969 Yogi Bhajan came to the West and brought an immeasurable knowledge of Ayurveda. As a teacher of holistic lifestyle, he shared his wisdom and knowledge of Ayurveda and yoga with his students while serving them an aromatic spice tea – a blend of herbs and spices which they affectionately named “Yoga tea”.
This unique Ayurvedic tea blend is based on an original recipe by Yogi Bhajan and consists of cinnamon, cardamom , ginger, cloves and black pepper. It was first sold in Europe in 1970s and from 1987 it exists under the official brand name YOGI TEA®. Today, people all around the world can enjoy exceptional blends produced from more than 80 carefully selected ingredients – organically-grown herbs and spices. That gives 44 varieties of YOGI TEA® full of unique flavour, aroma and health-giving properties.